Big Calm

Morcheeba - Big Calm
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
1998 Ratings: #31 / 107
User Score
Based on 74 ratings
1998 Ratings: #208
Liked by 5 people
March 16, 1998 / Release Date
LP / Format
Indochina, Sire, WEA / Label
Trip Hop / Genres
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For me Morcheeba's shining moment. A wonderful LP full of cool, smoky vocals and funky trip hoppy beats with some dub thrown in for good measure.

Essential Track - Friction


whole album is a massive trip so soothing listen they blended jazz reggae citar ambience hiphop whats next damn

[TOP 3]
- The Sea -
- Fear and Love -
- Big Calm -
+ Diggin’ a Watery Grave, Blindfold


The trip-hop artists blend different genres in their music, but Morcheeba took it to a whole new level with "Big Calm", in this album they expanded their music palette with the harmonic fuse of many different genres like jazz, electronica, blues, hip-hop, reggae music. The album is an answer to Massive Attack's and Portishead's dark and melancholic trip-hop albums. "Big Calm" is nothing but bright, fancy and classy. Edwards' smooth vocals really much the mood that the album ... read more

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Track List

  1. The Sea
  2. Shoulder Holster
  3. Part of the Process
  4. Blindfold
  5. Let Me See
  6. Bullet Proof
  7. Over and Over
  8. Friction
  9. Diggin' a Watery Grave
  10. Fear and Love
  11. Big Calm
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Added on: September 20, 2013